Take the Diversity Challenge!
Jan 16th, 2012 by Unamused
Happy Robert E. Lee Day, everybody!
We at Unamusement Park spend an awful lot of time enumerating the unique, uh, challenges (not to say weaknesses) posed by racial diversity; specifically, any large number of Sun People let loose in a historically white-majority nation.
Call it the Diversity Challenge. That makes it sound fun, right?
The Diversity Challenge in America revolves around the fact that blacks and Hispanics (and American Indians and Pacific Islanders, for that matter) are generally less intelligent and more criminal than whites; in the case of blacks, much less intelligent and much more criminal.
The Diversity Challenge in Europe revolves around an eerily similar fact concerning Africans and Arabs, but let’s focus on America for the moment.
We have demonstrated the truth of those (fairly obvious, inexplicably “offensive”) propositions about human biodiversity so many times that now I need only refer you to the Essentials page or to the relevant categories, Crime and Intelligence. So, given that they are true (albeit “racist”)…
What can we do about it?
Unfortunately, we cannot fix the lower overall intelligence of the black and Hispanic populations already in America, because it is largely genetic. This is not a pressing concern except insofar as a relative deficiency in abstract thinking contributes to a relative surplus of antisocial behavior, which of course it does, in at least two ways. As always, the African races provide the most spectacular examples (American Renaissance).
- Lack of future time orientation: why large numbers of blacks, whether in Liberia or Chicago, will defecate on public beaches if left to their own devices.
- Lack of empathy: why large numbers of blacks, whether in the Congo or, uh, pretty much any American city with a significant black population, can actually delight in inflicting pain on innocent victims, especially if they’re white. (“Knockout King” ring any bells? No?)
We cannot fix the higher overall criminality of the black and Hispanic populations either, because it too is largely genetic. All we can do is survive it: defend ourselves, our homes and our families. With that limitation in mind, today we consider one effective solution to the Diversity Challenge in America:
The Springfield Armory XD 9mm
You can buy one here.
Some of you may recall from our New Year’s celebrations that the Springfield XD 9mm is the weapon of choice of wildly popular blogger and commenter The Man, who gets the Official Unamusement Park Gun-Cat Seal of Approval for wearing it while walking the cats. (He should also fix his f*#$!@%& comments already.)
I’m going to be blunt here, and some of you may not like it. If it is legal to carry a concealed weapon where you live, there is no excuse for you not carrying. You are putting yourself and your family in jeopardy if you don’t.
A handgun is the best option you are likely to have in any sort of life threatening situation outside of your home, and is hands down the only reasonably effective self defense weapon when your life is on the line.
Be sure you get training. This is not negotiable. You should look for a class similar to this one, or this one. Every region has good training facilities, or you could go to one of the national schools. But I’m not kidding. This is non negotiable. If you are going to carry, get professional training. …
Are you paying attention, America?
Are you ready to take the Diversity Challenge?
Don’t you want the Official Unamusement Park Gun-Cat Seal of Approval?
Yes you do!